This Friday (January 8), Al Jean will address topics related to The Simpsons in an online discussion with Jesus College’s Intellectual Forum.
An investigation into a woman who plotted to have her ex-husband killed will be the focus of a two-part special of 24 Hours in Police Custody.
The star, one half of comedy duo Armstrong & Miller with Alexander Armstrong, was seen at Jesus College at the weekend filming for a new ITV drama.
The Cambridge radio station has won Silver in the Best Live Event/Outside Broadcast Producer category at the Audio Production Awards.
The troubled chain, which owns a number of cinemas in Cambridgeshire, has secured a £336million debt lifeline.
It is inspired by his work on cosmology, black holes and gravitational waves.
The “gritty and dark” independent motion picture features Cambridge actors, Byron Gibson and Leigh Barwell.
Cambridge Film Festival has joined forces with three others.
Harry Potter fans gathered at the Grand Arcade last weekend to meet Prof Dumbledore and to celebrate Hallowe’en.
The hour-long programme will reveal why we should appreciate, not fear, these intelligent flying mammals.
A total of 663 Cineworld, Regal and Picturehouse cinemas are to be closed temporarily.
The Cambridge hospitals will be featured throughout October.
A Cambridge theatre company collaboration with university experts is taking on the taboo subject of dying with three new audio plays.
TV production company Five Mile Films is making a new series of the popular Channel 4 programme, The Dog House.
The 94-year-old was said to be more excited than ever to be back in the field.
It will feature 16 films across eight days, from Parasite to Rocket Man.
A full day of family-friendly films will be shown by Babylon ARTS, in collaboration with The Library Presents, at Lancaster Way Business Park,